An aversion to asking tough questions in the here and now can lead to a messier and more painful outcome in the future. Continue reading
If ever there was a word that needed reclaiming from the faux culture wars stoked by right-wing media machines, lost and wounded in an online no-man’s land of internecine strife, it is “elite”. Continue reading
We’ve already looked at the 9 types of peer reviewers, but you tend to encounter a slightly different breed when it comes grant reviews… Continue reading
A group leader carries the responsibility of securing funding for the group, but it’s a burden, not a secret. Continue reading
A thought experiment: what if career security in academia was inverted, and the positions of junior and senior faculty were reversed? Continue reading
More funding doesn’t mean less pressure. Continue reading
The same trends that characterise music genres also apply to science funding. Continue reading
We’re absolutely delighted to announce that we have a first Opinion piece now online at eLife called “Hidden Value” – you can read it HERE.
Acknowledgement: This posting was suggested (and contributed to) by Jon Scholefield.
It’s here at last: hard evidence that small research groups do more original work. Continue reading
Should there be a kind of “jury service” for young faculty on grant funding panels? Continue reading